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Bigmista 06-23-2006 06:31 PM

Bagna cauda
This is a recipe from Parrothead. Copy this down and make it. You will thank me and Parrot head.

1 lb. melted butter
2 cans cream of chicken soup
2 cans cream of mushroom soup (or 4 cans of cream of mushroom soup)
1 tube anchovy paste or 1 can of anchovies
1/2 cup minced garlic
1 pint heavy cream

Add all ingredients to a pot of medium heat. Stir until blended well. Some butter will never blend. Add heavy cream. Mix well to desired thickness.

Serve with crusty Italian Bread, Cabbage leaves, cheese cubed, meat cubed or anything else you think might go with it.

Eat well.

thirdeye 06-23-2006 07:05 PM


Is the #1 of butter correct?

Sledneck 06-23-2006 07:06 PM

Bagna Heartattacka

bbqbull 06-23-2006 07:48 PM

Holy Fark.... Sure as heck wouldnt need any exlax after consuming a bowl of this huh? Sounds pretty danged good though

racer_81 06-23-2006 10:13 PM

Must be a typo.

Is that really 1/2 CUP of minced garlic?

bbqjoe 06-23-2006 10:19 PM

Excuse me sir, your box sir. Would you prefer pine or oak sir?

BBQ_MAFIA 06-24-2006 07:56 AM

Fennel is great with Bagna cauda.
I never added Mushroom soup to it. I'll have to give it a try.

BBQchef33 06-24-2006 08:35 AM

Recipe is correct guys, we renamed it to veinus cloga.

Chit is amazing.. TRY IT.. and have ALOT of good bread around.

BrooklynQ 06-24-2006 10:35 AM

Bread will be shipped from Brooklyn for cost and a $5 handling fee.

Bigmista 06-24-2006 10:39 AM

Parrothead is gonna make more today. Can't wait.

Ron_L 06-24-2006 10:54 AM

Just make sure that anyone you plan on spending time with for the next two or three days has some, too! You'll be sweating garlic for a while! :-D

Great stuff!

Q_Egg 06-24-2006 02:19 PM

There's some hope for the timid !!! ...
... one more traditional is:

3/4 C olive oil, 3 T butter, 2 t fine-chopped garlic, 8-10 flat anchovy fillets chopped, 1 t salt. ... then .... all sorts of vegetables (for dipping), breads, and even an omelet side.

I love the sound of the posted version, but may opt for this one to avoid having my insurance cancelled.

Mark 06-24-2006 06:01 PM

Sounds like a non-meat dish; at Phil's bash. And people are eating it. Is this a first?

Solidkick 06-24-2006 08:30 PM


Originally Posted by Mark
Sounds like a non-meat dish; at Phil's bash. And people are eating it. Is this a first?

yea, they ate this while prepping the loads.....

Neil 06-25-2006 06:37 AM

Bagna Cauda was a staple on fridays (no meat mod for Romans) when I was growing up. We always had it with cabbage.

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